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Lime Burns On Skin Treatment
Doctor my skin itches me (sort of a prick) and it sort of burns (it turns hot) what could be the cause and the possible treatment.?
Hypertrophic skin: See: https://www. Ncbi. Nlm. Nih. Gov/pmc/articles/PMC4129552/Get a more detailed answer ›
Solar damaged skin: Solar damage facial: apply 10 mashed blueberries mixed with 1 tbsp plain yogurt to skin x 15”. Rinse. ...Read more
Pore size: Everyone has pores on their skin and they are of various sizes and various locations. There are certain treatments that can result in lessening the look of the size of pores, but none of them are crim especially effective. ...Read more
What are ways to treat hidradentitis supparativa, as far as getting skin treatment to remove scarring?
Hidradenitis Suppura: Antibiotics and surgical drainage and excision.Get a more detailed answer ›
Multiple Ways: Treating acne requires antibacterial cleansers, and they usually contain salicylic acid. Benzoyl peroxide can be very effective for spot treatments. Mechanical exfoliation is useful to scrub away the outer layer of your skin which can become dull and possibly result in clogged pores. Chemical exfoliation (chemical peeling) is important in your initial acne regimen to prime your skin for home care. ...Read more
I have acne scar from 7 years and follow up many skin treatment but it remain same no medicine give. Now what should I do to remove I am very upset?
Laser resurfacing: Consider fractionated or ablative laser resurfacing for best results. The one I like to use is sciton profractional xc or trl. ...Read more
I have a small bump under skin about 1/2 2 inch from my anus, doesn't burn, itch or hurt. It was bout 3 in way what can it be n treatment.
Exam for answer: You will need an exam to get the answer ...Read more
Recurrent coccxys itch, pink skin, kinda open spots, burning, burns when sit too much time, antifungal treatments fail 3 times, it goes & comes again?
Intertrigo: Simple intertrigo is an irritant dermatitis caused by the combination of frictional rubbing, increased temperature, and moisture. Intertrigo can be complicated various microorganisms, including yeasts, dermatophytic fungi, bacteria, as well as allergic and irritant reactions to various medications and chemicals. Treatment is with rx vytone cream or dermazene and zeasorb af to keep the skin dry. ...Read more
D.R, I have headache in last of the neck and is become hot and comes to up from the head after this pain my eye burn me I want the cause and treatment
Too vague: When it started? How log pain lasts? When does it happen? ...Read more
I had a burn while using face bleach 10 yrs ago, & I still have a dark, hyperpigmented skin on my upper lip. What treatment is best for my indian skin?
Laser/topical/inject: See a dermatologist- to discuss the whole gamut of tx options including topical bleaching creams with various combinations of vitamen solutions/retinoids/hydroquinone topicals ; peels, progressing to possible injections or possible laser resurfacing. As always, remember sunblock. ...Read more
I burned my finger and have a dime-size blister. The skin was already damaged from a previous burn. I take Humira, (adalimumab) &worry about infection. Treatment?
What treatment is recommended to treat ice pack freezer burn on side deltoid with a few blisters inside discolored skin that is numb and tingly?
Heat initially: If this frostbite injury just happened, reheat the skin by immersing in warm water. If this happened more than a few hours ago, protect the skin from drying out by applying vaseline then a gauze dressing. Try to keep the blisters intact. If they pop, leave the blister tops in place, cover with vaseline and a gauze dressing. ...Read more
Waste oil burn on my right leg. Silver cream treatment by first doc. Is it safe practice to manually remove dried flakes of silver cream on my wound by my second doc. I am treated first for 23 days with a silver cream. Second doc proceed with skin graft.
Burn: You have to be quite careful with wounds caused by second or third degree burns because of the propensity for infection. A specialist in wound care may debride these wounds carefully but no one else should interfere with the healing process especially since a skin graft is planned. ...Read more
Second Degree Burn: If the second-degree burn is no larger than 3 inches (7.6 centimeters) in diameter, treat it as a minor burn. If the burned area is larger or if the burn is on the hands, feet, face, groin or buttocks, or over a major joint, treat it as a major burn and get medical help immediately. Minor burns: cool the burn, cover with gauze, take over the counter pain relievers, do not pop blisters. ...Read more
Does a glycolic acid peel hurt? Is a glycolic acid peel one of those treatments that burn the skin and cause a lot of pain? .
Chemical: Chemical peels involve the use of chemicals to remove the outer layers of the skin. There are several different chemicals used based on the depth of skin removal desired. Discomfort is directly related to the depth of peel. Light peels will have a mild discomfort while deeper peels have a greater degree of intraoperative and postoperative discomfort. Some deep peels are done under sedation for that reason. Talk to the physician who is doing the procedure about your concerns. ...Read more
Are brown and red hyperpigmentations from acne and benzoyl peroxide (burn) permenant? How long does it takes for my skin to return to an even tone and what topical treatments help? I currently stopped using BP and uses retinol and moisturizer daily.
Perineal radiation burn skin is comin off&burns a lot anus pains too while excretion. What is d best way to cure it? It is area between buttocks. Not cured wd gentian violet&lysine hydrochloride cream.
Protect to heal: Friction and constant exposure to moisture (sweat) reduces protective skin oils is the cz. Underwear may also contribute by bunching or itself causing friction. Trying different undergarments, applying thick protective skin cream, stop intense activity for a while and see. A thin hydrocolloid dressing (ex. Duoderm) applied to each side 2-3 x/wk) prevents friction and promotes healing. ...Read more
A remedy: Aloe vera (aloe barbadensis) can reduce redness, pain, itching & swelling from a burn. It has anesthetic, anti-inflammatory & antibacterial / antifungal qualities. It can speed burn healing by stimulating growth of new skin. Apply cool compresses. Non-steroidal anti-inflammatories and acetomenophen can be very helpful. Hydrate well. ...Read more
If you truly have...: A 3rd-degree, or full-thickness, burn, unless it is very small or narrow and can heal in from the sides, it will need to be skin grafted to fully heal it. Partial-thickness (i.e., 2nd-degree) burns will heal in 1 to 3 weeks. If your wound is not fully healed after 3 weeks, you should see a general, plastic, or burn surgeon. ...Read more
Chemical burn: This sounds like a 2 deg chemical burn of the face. Its important to get ALL of the caustic chemical off your face. Rinse with water thoroughly. Maybe stand in a shower for twenty minutes. Then, use some aloe gel mixed with an equal part of triple antibiotic cream. Take non-steroidals for pain (ibuprofen, naproxen) etc. Avoid sun exposure. See a doc soon. ...Read more
What's a good treatment for chemical burns on face? They're not too terrible, just have been red all over on affected areas since.
Nothing: If it's just red, it should heal without any problems. There are OTC creams that you can use but they probably don't do anything. ...Read more
Depends on many...: Factors: the size, location and depth of the burn, the age and health of the patient, the mechanism of burning, etc. For minor burns with blistering, I recommend unroofing the blisters, washing with soap and water, and then applying Bacitracin ointment and a dry dressing twice daily. If increasing pain, drainage, or redness, or if not healed in 10 days, see a doctor. ...Read more